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October 1, 2008 / Naveen Sanagala

Mata Annapoorna Devi – Goddess of Fourth Day of Durga Navratri

Mata Sri Annapurneshwari Devi is the Goddess for the fourth day of Durga Navrathri.

Mata Annapurna is considered as the Goddess who gives us food.

In 2008, On 3rd october, Friday, the Goddess Annapurna is worshipped as a part of Durga Navarathri in all South Indian states.


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  1. Rekha Pandey / Mar 13 2009 5:25 pm

    I like to know more about Goddess Annapurna

    • Naveen Kumar Sanagala / Mar 14 2009 4:35 am

      Hi Rekha,
      Thanks for reading. I will write more about Goddess Annapurna, Lalitha Devi and Goddess Rajarajeshwari within few days. Thanks for reading, keep browsing IU and for updates about Hindu Gods and Festivals.

  2. CHANDRA SHEKHAR / Mar 14 2009 10:25 am


    • Naveen Kumar Sanagala / Mar 14 2009 11:46 am

      Hi Chandra Shekhar, thanks for reading.
      As per my knowledge Goddess Annapurna does not have any vahan (vehicle) or sawari. As she left Kailas and Lord Shiva with empty hands without taking anything from her husband, Lord Shiva and consecrated in Kasi (Varanasi).

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